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Sunday, October 24 2021

Is your Ego blocking your growth?

Being confronted with ego in witchcraft is interesting and you know what? The idea for me to talk about this actually comes from one of the first exercises in the first chapter of The Witch's Path by Thorn Mooney. She talks about how when we are in our practice or we've been doing it for a while, we kind of get in a groove. Even if we end up in a rut or our practice kind of stagnates, we don't tend to explore other options.

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Saturday, February 13 2021

Attracting Love || A Spell Jar Recipe

Valentine’s day is happening and we know love is in the air. But even if you’re single, you can still take advantage of the energy of Valentine’s day. I thought I would write a little spell to help attract love into my life. For me, this is a form of self-love because I’m already in a healthy, loving relationship. I tried to make it as adaptable as possible, so feel free to switch things up to fit your situation.

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Tuesday, October 29 2019

The Witch's Pyramid

I first encountered the Witch's Pyramid in Dorothy Morrison's book, The Craft: A Witch's Book of Shadows. I don't think that's where it originated from, but that's where I first came across it.

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Tuesday, June 11 2019

Energy Work How-To

One thing that you\'ll hear witches mention a lot is the need for energy work. So, what is energy work in witchcraft? Well, its exactly as it sounds: using and manipulating energy around you to achieve a specific result. It can take a lot of practice, but its something that is doable. There are a few things that I think you should know first. Those include how to ground yourself, center yourself, and read the energy.

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Friday, September 7 2018

Balancing Act - Making Time When Life Gets Chaotic

It's part of modern life, running out of time. Sometimes it seems like we have a million things to do every single day and never enough time to do it. I'll use myself as an example. I work a "typical" job with a schedule from 8am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. I get two 15 minute breaks and a 30-minute lunch. I typically don't count my breaks as free time because of the nature of my work, and I basically use my breaks to "veg out" and decompress from the daily gunk that I might deal with.

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